Ward Morehouse III is a playwright, author and third generation newspaper man. A former longtime staff correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor and Broadway columnist for The New York Post, he is the author of Inside the Plaza, London's Grand Hotels and nine other books on grand hotels and Broadway theatre. Ward is a drama critic and columnist for Black Tie Magazine, HealthyLife.net, and BroadwayAfterDark.org. His plays If It Was Easy, and The Actors were produced Off-Broadway. He has a weekly interview show on Time Warner Cable called Broadway After Dark.
Katherine Boynton is an actress and writer in New York City. After graduating from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she started working with Godlight Theatre Company which won a Drama Desk award in 2010. As a core member of the company, she performed in six plays and traveled to The International Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She has gone on to perform in numerous New York theatres, concert halls and in film and television. She recently played the female comedic lead in Vaclav Havel's The Pig with UTC No. 61. The production was singled out by The New York Times and the company has been invited to tour The Czech Republic this year. Katherine also directs performances and teaches leadership skills through the arts to inner city youth through The Leadership Program. She has recently returned from London where she and her husband did research for a book and is currently writing a children's series.